Formulation of Okra-natural Mucilage as Drag Reducing Agent in Different Size of Galvanized Iron Pipes in Turbulent Water Flowing System

Bari, H. A. Abdul; Ahmad, M. A.; Yunus, R. B. M.
December 2010
Journal of Applied Sciences;2010, Vol. 10 Issue 23, p3105
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